The Conservative Party has a serious problem among ethnic minority voters – but the Baroness doesn’t have the right solutions.
Posts Tagged: Building A Majority
She was a great Prime Minister, but modern conservatism’s veneration for Margaret Thatcher is holding both her party and her values back.
Four principles for the shift when it comes.
Affordability Commission…More garden cities…Get under-25s off JSA…Provide incentives to save for poorer people…an English Parliament & Executive…
It is expected to plan for the long-term as well as the short. It isn’t doing this – so change is needed.
The system should be shaped by residents, small-scale developers and practitioners of good design – not lawyers, consultants and the big developers.
Crunch the numbers from the last year, and Labour’s lead is going down, down, down.
Housing isn’t just about somewhere to put people, it’s a deeper question about how you build a society of people who feel they have a stake and are attached to it.
The long-term effects of Osborne’s slash-and-burn approach to welfare are less certain than IDS’s more considered approach.
Which requires stable funding – an equivalent to the Conservative Foundation.
A better showing with them would have won the Conservatives at least 24 more marginal seats from Labour.
By Mark WallaceFollow Mark on Twitter. A new report from the Centre for Social Justice, Turning the Tide, explores the troubling wave… Read more »
A hearty welcome for Renewal, the new campaign group designed to extend the Tories’ electoral appeal
By Peter HoskinFollow Peter on Twitter Actually, there’s another word of the day – and that word is “group”. David Skelton’s… Read more »